News: York - County Farm Corners (17 Oct 1918)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Schuler, Bartz, Aichinger, Kubat, Murphy, Miller, Reindel, Brooks, Converse, Potter, Foote, Dvorak, Bradford, Worchel, Rhines, Richardson, Kelch, Bartell, Phillips, Wilson, Fradette

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/17/1918

County Farm Corners (17 Oct 1918)

A.B. Schuler, Stuart and Lillian, and the former’s father spent Sunday afternoon with the Wm. Bartz family in York.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Aichinger of Neillsville helped Frank Kubat with the threshing Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Murphy returned from Milwaukee Tuesday morning after a few days’ visit with relatives to visit the remainder of the week with the Schuler family.

The girls are getting rather patriotic in our neighborhood. Miss Lillian Miller helped her brother-in-law, Wm. Reindel, dig potatoes, and she says she must help him get the vegetables stored. Good for Lillian.

Mrs. Chas. Brooks and daughter Pearl and Mrs. S. Converse were guests of Mrs. Wayne Potter Saturday.

Oscar Foote and family and Mrs. Dvorak were callers at Wm. Bradford’s and Herman Miller’s Monday.

Miss Leah Reindel spent Thursday evening at the home of her sister, Mrs. Arnold Worchel.

The George Reindel family was entertained at the home of D.H. Rhines Sunday evening.

Mrs. J. Richardson and son, Hal, of Christie came down to Mr. Kelch’s with the threshing outfit.

John Kubat of Neillsville is repairing some of his buildings on the farm.

Mrs. Henry Bartell of Neillsville spent last Friday on the Phillips farm while they were busy with the threshing.

George Wilson, accompanied by Wayne Potter, D.H. Rhines and Herb Fradette attended the auction at Greenwood Saturday and drove home 12 fine head of cattle which the former three purchased.



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